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Computer keeps freezing and or turning off

I had problems with the freezing and it turning itself off on my old hard drive, so i replaced my hard drive and for some reason it is still happening, so than i go and get a different power supply thinking that was the problem, and nope it still does it. I try and get into my BIOS and it freezes, assuming it doesn't shut off as soon as I hit the delete button. What is it that I can do if anything, without having to go and buy a new motherboard?

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  • itsmeandy200 Nov 17, 2008

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    PC locking up. Thought it was the HD. Replaced it. Put in a new drive. Now it's locking up trying to reinstall OS.

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Same here but onlything any one would say to you would be to replace the motherboard that about it

2weeks after my warranty expired my mother board goes POOF!!

then shut off before it even hit the window screen

about the highest time it stay up was abuto 10secs then just turns off

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